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  1. One reporter's fascination with Siberia leaves readers asking for moreRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 28, 2018 | Christian Science Monitor

    As a subscriber you've probably seen plenty of our Moscow Bureau Chief Fred Weir's stories probing the geopolitical storms swirling out of Moscow. But we were all recently reminded how Fred's 30-plus years of living in Russia have blessed him with a curiosity that can take you beyond the news cycle and into everyday Russia.


  2. Travel: Lake Baikal, SiberiaRead the original story

    Aug 8, 2018 |

    The ice cracked like a shotgun going off as I drove on to Siberia's Lake Baikal. The frozen lake lay ahead like a bleakly beautiful white desert, and I was about to drive across it, following a pioneering 62km route across its slippery surface.


  3. Russia travel guide and things to do: The highlights of the FIFA World Cup 2018 host nationRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 10, 2018 |

    Russia will soon have a rare opportunity to present itself to the world as an alluring travel destination where, beyond the stereotypical endless queues, bowls of borscht and athletic mischiefs, you may find yourself wandering into a millennial-old place of worship, be awed by a grandiose imperial palace or stroll along city streets towered over by golden minarets. Given the sheer scale of the country, Russia is also the perfect place to undertake an epic journey, whether you ride the rails or cruise one of its mighty rivers.


  4. Visiting Lake Baikal on the Trans-Siberian RailroadRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 24, 2018 | Redlands Daily Facts

    As we entered the train yards of Irkutsk, another of the industries of Siberia became obvious. Train car after car was full of raw and finished wood.


  5. On the world's deepest lake, something new: Russian eco-activistsRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 22, 2018 | The Economist

    ON AN early winter morning, with temperatures below -20AoC and a fierce wind whipping off the water, Vasily Sutula, the stern, moustachioed director of a nature reserve on the shores of Lake Baikal, happily surveyed a dozen young volunteers. The youngsters declared the day dubak , slang for a freeze deeper than the standard Russian word for cold, kholod , can convey.


  6. Siberian helicopter maker has eyes on IndiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 17, 2018 | Daily Times

    As a helicopter buzzes in circles despite a blizzard, thousands are busy working in the huge hangars of a Siberia-based aircraft maker, eager to win a contract with India that would be a major coup for Russia's defence industry. "It can drop to minus 40 degrees in winter or soar to plus 40 in summer here, allowing us to test the machines in extreme conditions," chief engineer Sergei Solomin said as he walked on the frozen tarmac, a fur hat keeping him warm.